Mark was in the role of President of the Utah ASSE chapter for the past two years, ending in July 2016. He is currently serving as Past President and will have a role in organizing our next elections. He served as President-Elect for two years prior to becoming president. Mark has shown his commitment to our profession by volunteering his time to our local chapter for the past five years. Mark has also served on the planning committee for the joint safety and health conference that is held each October at the University of Utah. He began several years ago representing the mining and construction industry and has been serving on the committee more recently in his position as president. Mark is dedicated to our profession and is a true professional.
Dan has 20 years of experience in the field of personnel safety on construction sites, for the Utah Labor Commission UOSHA, and for law enforcement agencies. His construction projects range from $30 million to the 1.8 Billion SLCDA Terminal Redevelopment Program at Salt Lake International Airport. Prior to the airport Dan lead safety efforts for Okland Construction portion of the 2 Billion dollar City Creek Center in Salt Lake City, as well as Air Force Base facility projects at Nellis, Cannon and Davis-Monthan. He was also responsible for personnel safety for the Las Vegas Police Department and setting up law enforcement safety programs. Dan has spent hours training others in various aspects of safety and mentoring others as they start their roles as a safety professional. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University in the field of Health Sciences with an Environmental/ Occupational Health emphasis. Dan has been serving as ASSE secretary for the past two years and is on the planning committee for the joint safety and health conference which is held each October at the University of Utah.
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